Blue and Yellow Macaw
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|There are 23 kinds of birds that belong to the order of parrots (Psittacformes). The blue and yellow macaw is often considered to be one of the most trainable and intelligent birds of these parrots. It is considered to be the most beautiful. |
The blue and yellow macaw is green on the top of his head and has blue feathers on its upper parts, with yellow underneath. It has a black chin. It is about 34 - 36 inches long from tip to tip. The blue and yellow macaw has a wingspan of 41 to 45 inches and weighs up to 1200 grams.
Macaws range from the rain forest of Panama to the lowlands of South America to northern Paraguay. They live in the forests, but not dense forests. They also live in tall palms growing in swampy areas and near rivers.
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A good photo followed by a useful note:-)
The colors are great , but composition wise i would have preferred a vertical composition which would also include the tail ( Its just a choice not a nit :-) )
Again. again again... I'm a subscriber of your photos :) TFS
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Selamlar / Regards.